Tupac Instagram Account Praised By Napoleon: Finally
As America celebrated its independence day on the 4th of July, the official Tupac Instagram account shared a video clip with a strong message from the rap icon which was praised by former Outlawz member, Napoleon.
In the past Tupac ‘s IG account (@2pac) has been criticize by its 7 plus million followers. Many have felt the account did not represent what Tupac stood for especially at the times whenever the world faced an issue in which Tupac had been so vocal about in the past.
Recently the account has been more active and has shared some great content. Photos of fans with Tupac art, tattoos and shirts, all repping Makaveli worldwide. The Wake Me When I’m Free exhibit and Powamekka Café courtesy of Fixins Kitchen has also contributed to great content for the Instagram account.
Now a former member of the Outlawz, Mutah ‘Napoleon’ Beale has praised the Tupac Instagram account. On this 4th of July, a Tupac video with a powerful message was shared. “I don’t understand why America doesn’t understand Thug Life. America is Thug Life. What makes me say I don’t give a f**k different then Patrick Henry saying, ‘Give me liberty or give me death,'” Tupac is heard saying in the clip taken from his documentary ‘Tupac Resurrection.’ “What makes my freedom less fighting for then Bosnian or whoever they want to fight for this year.”
The video stems from Tupac’s lengthy interview with MTV back in 1994. The full version of the interview has yet to be released, but it does include an appearance from Marlon Wayans as he and Tupac promoted their Above The Rim film.
Napoleon who has stepped away from the music industry, chimed in on the video. “Finally a post with some real content real meaning,” Napoleon commented. “This is the message and the ‘Pac I remember.” Many fans also applauded the share. “I love to hear him speak” and “Legend would have changed America right now” wrote two IG users.
“BOSNIANS** THIS YEAR” S NEEDS TO BE AT THE END OTHERWISE IT MAY HAVE PAC LOOKING LIKE HE DON’T SPEAK PROPER ENGLISH WHEN ITS SIMPLY A TYPO”